Paula Cameron Joyce

Profile Updated: April 24, 2014
Paula Cameron
Address: Dallas, TX USA
Elementary School: Bagley
Occupation: Author, Executive/Life Coach, Speaker, Artist
Children: Laura, born 1975
Phillip, born 1978
Aviva, born 1985
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My first career was as an educator: English and reading; Director of Learning Services and lecturer at Univ. of Texas at Dallas; Director of Organizational Health and Leadership Development at the Carrollton-Farmers Branch School District. Along the way, I received a PhD and did Post-doctoral work at Yale. I wrote for the research community and the public under the name Paula Grinnell.

I am a best-selling author, Executive/Life Coach, speaker and artist. I have developed the Ultimate Creative Problem Solving Process that allows people to align and integrate information in their right and left brain. This process allows people to remove hidden fears and barriers to achieving their personal and professional goals: health, wealth and relationship. I use this process in my individual and group coaching, which I do in person as well as over the phone or Skype.

My ebook, 33 Tips for Self-Empowerment, helps people to reconnect to their Higher Self. As they learn to hear the still small voice within over the loud voices of others, they begin to feel at peace and self-empowered. The ideas in this book help them do this with more joy, ease and grace.

Over time my work has become increasingly more spiritual. I teach a course, Reconnecting with God, that helps people learn how to see, feel, hear and know God in their daily lives. Armed with this knowledge, their lives become a continuous learning experience, thereby increasing their ability to experience joy, ease, and peace of mind.

My latest course is 21 Steps for Healing the Body. People who go through the 21 Steps with me will receive a healing through the spiritual realm. By connecting the mind, body and spirit each person will experience anything from a complete cure to noticeable improvement, regardless of the seriousness of their condition or disease.

I also do energy healing, in person and long distance. Researchers estimate that between 70% and 90% of disease is caused by stress. Since approximately 90% of our thoughts are negative, we are feeding ourselves a steady diet of stress, which breaks down our immune system and opens the door to disease. The positive energy in the Universe can be used to create a healing and/or a cure, depending on what the client is able to take into themselves. Healings go to the physical, emotional, psychological or spiritual body.

Some of my work I only do in person, like Past-life regressions and rebirthing breathwork. One of my favorite spiritual services can be done long distance. I call it, Inspiring Joy: Clothing for the Soul. I combine my artistic talents with my ability to channel information from the Universe to paint a person's soul colors on an item of clothing. I either use the white silk items that I have or white clothing that the client sends to me. when you wear the colors of your soul, you automatically attract good luck and more opportunities into your life.

My art work has been shown internationally and in museums around the country. I use a variety of materials, including: fabric, watercolors, acrylics, metal and mixed media. I like to experiment with new techniques. My latest work is using silk dyes to paint on canvas.

One of my main areas of interest is helping people overcome abuse--physical, sexual, psychological, emotional and financial as well as self-abuse caused by negative thoughts. In addition to my professional work with individual clients, group seminars, my radio show and e-book, for a number of years I have been co-chairing a professional development conference co-sponsored by The University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center and Jewish Family Service. We bring in speakers who work on the cutting edge in the field of abuse/trauma and have developed a solid reputation and following.

Since my work is always expanding, for more information, go to my websites:
paulajoyce.com and paulajoycedesigns.com or contact me at paula@paulajoyce.com.

I have many writing projects and professional activities planned for the future. In many ways, I feel like my life is just beginning. Far from thinking about retirement, I'm continuing to grow in every way that I can, including experiencing joy.

To balance out the heavy professional work I do, I dance Argentine Tango. I have become quite accomplished after 11 years and often combine my love of travel with my love of tango. Through tango, I have gotten to know people from all over the world. Argentine Tango is a social dance, not a competitive dance. It is cherished for the joy of creating a unique dance experience by becoming one, in the moment, with a partner and the music. Each partner and song creates a different experience. I find it enlivening and can dance until early morning, often concluding by watching the sunrise. Just this year, my tango travels included: Vancouver, Albuquerque, Tuscon, Phoenix, San Francisco, New York, Austin, Houston and San Diego. In the past few years, I've danced in Paris, Rome, Argentina and Montreal and on cruises to Alaska, Italy and Greece. In February, I will be on a tango cruise to the Southern Caribbean and Curacao.

My 3 children and 5 grandchildren (born 2007, 2009, 2009, 2011 and 2013) also help to keep me grounded. My youngest daughter is following her career path right now as a graphic designer for Vogue Magazine. Since they've all left Dallas to create their lives, I have 3 great cities to visit: NYC, Washington DC and Philadelphia.

Name, phone number and email address of someone who will know where you are in 10 years:

Phillip Grinnell, 214-732-2315

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